Ready. Set. GO
World Snow Day Registration Open
Each year the 1. July brings excitement to the Bring Children to the Snow family as the registration for World Snow Day opens.

Despite this year the Line Honors Award not being up for grabs a flurry of events has arrived. World Snow Day Taravisio took the title of the first event to be officially confirmed with their registration arriving a few minutes past midnight on the opening day. Other notable mentions go to the Vistosha Winter Festival (BUL), Mount Baldy World Snow Day (CAN), La Rosiere World Snow Day (FRA), Svi na Sneg (SRB), Parnassos World Snow Day (GRE) and Ziua Mondiala a Zapezii (ROM).

Registration for World Snow Day 2018 will now remain open till the 15th December 2017. All World Snow Day events seeking official status are required to register. Registration is free of charge and can completed online via the link below:

www.world-snow-day.com/registration


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